Regarding the U.K.'s vote against standing with the U.S. to take possible military action in Syria, CNN's Piers Morgan, who is British, tweeted that U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron was being "punished" for the Iraq-WMDs debacle in 2003.
The vote against Cameron's proposal for military action ended 285-272 against the measure. Cameron said he would stand by the vote.
Morgan seemed at least conflicted on the vote in follow up tweets. "I wonder how smart or brave this UK vote will look if UN inspectors confirm [President Bashar al-]Assad used chem weapons - and he then does it again," he tweeted. And later, "Only winner tonight is Assad. He must be laughing his vile little head off."
It was reported last week that the Syrian army may have used chemical weapons against government rebels.